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Located along the Mississippi River, it owes its historical importance to its site upon Istrouma Bluff, which protects the city's residents from flooding and other natural disasters. It is the capital and second-largest city of Louisiana, and is a major industrial and petrochemical center of the American South. The Port of Baton Rouge is the ninth largest in the U.S. in terms of tonnage shipped.
Local Newspapers: The Advocate
Local Sports Teams: LSU (Tigers) Southern University (Jaguars)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University
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Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area Business Honors for Jan. 21, 2017
Bill Bush , a financial adviser at Horizon Financial Group , has earned the "chartered retirement plans specialist" designation from the College for Financial Planning. The designation is based on completed course study encompassing design, installation, maintenance and administration of retirement plans; passing an exam; and agreeing to adhere to standards of professional conduct and a disciplinary process.Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Lafayette area People in Business for Jan. 21, 2018
Day was executive vice president of operations at Promise Healthcare, overseeing 10 long-term acute care hospitals across the country. He previously held executive roles at HealthSouth Corp. and Willis-Knighton Health System in Shreveport.New DOTD chief: Finding I-10 solutions top priority
Advocate Photo by BRAD KEMP Shawn Wilson,center, chief of staff to the secretary at the DOTD, answers questions from a large crowd of concerned citizens during a meeting about the I-49 corridor plans Thursday Dec. 3, 2015 at the main public library in Lafayette, La. Advocate Photo by BRAD KEMP Shawn Wilson,center, chief of staff to the secretary at the DOTD, answers questions from a large crowd of concerned citizens during a meeting about the I-49 corridor plans Thursday Dec. 3, 2015 at the main public library in Lafayette, La.Smiley: A Mardi Gras without parades
Tim Palmer, of Lafayette, says he was living in New Orleans in 1979, when a police strike led to cancellation of Carnival parades: "Mardi Gras turned out to be a great day. I was in an impromptu parade that eventually grew to about 15 vehicles.Louisiana Spotlight: Edwards proposing Medicaid idea championed by GOP
Sen. Sharon Hewitt, R-Slidell, asks questions about Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration's proposed Medicaid managed-care contract extensions, which were blocked by House Republicans on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in Baton Rouge. Sen. Sharon Hewitt, R-Slidell, asks questions about Gov. John Bel Edwards' administration's proposed Medicaid managed-care contract extensions, which were blocked by House Republicans on Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in Baton Rouge.Recent cold not enough to kill crawfish ahead of season, but...
Greg Young empties a basket of just-boiled crawfish at Baton Rouge's Tony's Seafood, where he's worked for 25 years, Thursday, January 18, 2018. Co-owner Bill Pizzolato, background right with manager Blaine Pizzolato, said crawfish being cooked Thursday were actually harvested Monday, before the bitter cold froze some ponds and made crawfish less active.Do young killers deserve chance at parole? Baton Rouge case grapples with question in court
Advocate Staff Photograph by Tim Mueller.Picture shot on 12-7-94In a 1994 file photo Baton Rouge Police Detectives, from left, Chris Pickett, Frank Wolfanger and crime scene investigator Cosmo Giglio pull a handgun from Bayou Fountain used by convicted killer Damien Riley in the murder of Legends Comics and Cards owner Michael Kleban. Keyword Weapon Damien Riley, left, his mother Melvina Jones, center, and his stepfather Danny Jones, right,who's been a father to Damien since he was four years old, in a photograph with their son taken during a visit at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola, where Riley has been serving after being convicted of murder 20 years ago.Photos: Louisiana Life March South in Baton Rouge sends pro-life message
The Louisiana Life March South, held in Baton Rouge, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, was the first of three similar events being held across Louisiana on three consecutive weekends. The event included the pro-life march from the State Capitol to the Levee Green on River Road and a program of music, prayers and speakers including La.I-10 widening? Some residents fear project's potential effect on Baton Rouge businesses
George's Food and Spirits sits near the Interstate 10 overpass over Perkins Road, Thursday, January 18, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La. Inside Ivar's Sports Bar & Grill, which sits near the Interstate 10 overpass over Perkins Road, early Thursday afternoon, January 18, 2018, in Baton Rouge, La.Pro-life supporters march through downtown Baton Rouge
Over half a million abortions were reported to the Center for Disease Control in 2014, several organizations participating in Louisiana Life March South want to decrease that number. "This month is for the unborn and for those little babies who can't say, I want to live," participant Cherie Decker said.Ordinance could soften Baton Rouge marijuana laws, prevent arrests for possession
GB Sciences, which is cultivating medical marijuana in Las Vegas, has been picked by the LSU AgCenter to operate its medical marijuana business, pending approval from the LSU Board of Supervisors. GB Sciences, which is cultivating medical marijuana in Las Vegas, has been picked by the LSU AgCenter to operate its medical marijuana business, pending approval from the LSU Board of Supervisors.Couple arrested after attempting to cash $100k prize from stolen lotto ticket
A Port Allen couple is behind bars after authorities say they attempted to cash in a stolen lottery ticket worth $100,000. The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office has in custody 37-year-old Tammy Tarver and 49-year-old Derrick Payne both on the charge of skimming of lottery proceeds after Tarver allegedly stole lottery tickets from her job and Payne later tried to cash a winning ticket in.Baton Rouge man shot in the face during alleged robbery, now faces murder charges
A Baton Rouge man allegedly made off with $13 during a robbery, but he was shot in the face in the process, according to booking documents. Wardell T. Allen, 29 of Beech Street, was arrested after the incident, which occurred about 6 p.m. Jan. 8 in the parking lot of City Town Meat Market at 4850 Beechwood Drive.Vacant house on Garfield St. catches fire, ruled arson
The Baton Rouge Fire Department was called out to West Garfield Street near Highland Road just before 6 a.m. Curt Monte with BRFD said the house was fully engulfed in flames when crews made it to the scene, but their quick actions prevented those flames from spreading to any other homes.Kirk Cameron starting 'Living Room' tour in Baton Rouge
Kirk Cameron, probably best known for his role on TV's "Growing Pains" and later as a Christian speaker, is starting his new tour, "Living Room Reset," in Baton Rouge. With nearly 30 years of marriage under his belt, Cameron's tour will focus on strengthening marriages and child-parent relationships.Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome to sign pledge to increase HIV treatment
Given that Baton Rouge consistently ranks as the top city in the nation for HIV/AIDS rates per capita, you'd think that people here would be very familiar with the drug Truvada. With the treatment plan known as PrEP, a person who doesn't have HIV can take the pill once a day and make their chances slim to none for contracting the disease.Trombone Shorty talks being home, Mardi Gras and Toussaint before his Baton Rouge show
Born into a musical family in New Orleans' historic Treme neighborhood, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews turned music pro and band leader when he was still in elementary school. The French Quarter street performances and children's parties he played then bloomed into the worldwide career he enjoys today.
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